One of the drawbacks for me being a website owner, blogger and having the tendency to open several browsing tabs is that Safari never shows the favicon.
A favicon is the icon you see in the opened tab of a browser representing a website. Browsers that support a tabbed document interface typically show a page’s favicon next to the page’s title on the tab, and site-specific browsers use the favicon as a desktop icon.
View favicons in Safari tabs
Now with Mojave you can easily identify all your open websites with just a glance by enabling favicons in Safari Preferences.
Clutter -Free Snapshot
Taking snapshot is more easier in Mojave. Just click the snapshot to mark it up and share it right away — without having to save a copy. It’s more than easy.
Again being a blogger Snapshot will help with efficiency. When doing an article like this one sometimes i have to spend several minutes looking for an image. Even more than snapshot i can easily insert my Photo taken by iPhone right into my Mac.